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Sports betting is legal and regulated in both Iowa and West Virginia, but the two markets are on diverging trajectories heading into football season.
Thursday is the big day for Iowa, as casinos begin to roll out the state's first legal sportsbooks and sports betting websites.
How the Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission expedited sports betting preparations for sportsbooks to be ready by college football season.
Eight Iowa casinos are primed to open sportsbooks Thursday, the day legal sports betting launches in the state. Seven are expected to offer mobile wagering.
While Iowa rushes to launch regulated sports betting, policymakers in New York and North Carolina are still exploring the best path forward.
A week after an enormous sports betting announcement from Penn National Gaming, we try to fit the pieces together in the legalized states.
Some sportsbooks could start taking mobile sign-ups ahead of Aug. 15 launch, according to Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission administrator.
It's no exaggeration to say that last week's news from Penn National will shape the future of US sports betting. On Wednesday, the company unveiled...
The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission approved emergency rules for sports betting and gave sports wagering licenses to 18 casinos in the state Tuesday.
The Iowa Racing and Gaming Commission is targeting Aug. 15 for the launch of legal sports wagering. It will approve rules and issue licenses Tuesday.